Civil servant Ms Gray is set to publish her final report into alleged lockdown breaches in Downing Street next week.
US state department warns against "a big fight between the UK and the EU" amid the Ukraine war.
Figures show 14% of dentists doing NHS work are approaching retirement age.
Scotland's first minister says her symptoms are mild and she will work from home for a few days.
Tory sources say the party is moving on to a pre-general election footing, writes Ione Wells.
Chef and campaigner Jamie Oliver has been protesting over delays to the government's obesity strategy.
Stanley Johnson - an ex-European Parliament member - says becoming French is "precious" to him.
An MI5 agent used his secret status to terrorise his partner, a BBC investigation has found.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak and his wife make the Sunday Times Rich List for first time with £730m fortune.
Figures show the Department for Education has almost twice as many staff as operational desks.
The revised operating date for the Somerset site is June 2027 and is expected to cost up to £26bn.
Meanwhile US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the UK must not discard the protocol.
Nimco Ali says her plans for on-the-spot fines for wolf-whistling and other acts received "pushback".
Locations including Milton Keynes, Dunfermline and Wrexham will be made cities in honour of the Queen.
Police have now ended their investigation into Covid breaches during lockdown parties in No 10.
The culture secretary criticises the channel's news show - but says that is not why she wants to sell it off.
Big increases are due next April but charities say soaring prices mean people need the money now.
Claudia Webbe, former Labour MP for Leicester East, is appealing against her harassment conviction.
A total of 83 people have been fined over events in Westminster - but how were the decisions made?
The chancellor says it won't be easy to tackle cost of living crisis as inflation hits 40-year high.
Sarah Murphy says anorexia help was so bad she would not be here without her parents' intervention.
The Russian invasion exposes tensions between the SNP and the Greens over the military alliance.
Boris Johnson does not rule out a tax on the energy giants, as he is accused of dithering by Labour.
Speaker Lindsay Hoyle also warns MPs against naming the Tory politician, who was arrested on Tuesday.
Anyone caught in possession of or supplying class A drugs in connection with football faces a five-year ban and their passport being taken off them.
Michael Fabricant's tweet related to the arrest of another MP who is accused of rape and sexual assault.
British citizen Alaa Abdel Fattah's prison conditions are "inhumane", the foreign secretary is told.
Labour chair Anneliese Dodds demands answers over £450,000 donation from ex-Tory treasurer Sir Ehud Sheleg.
"If you are black or a woman, you don't see yourself fitting in," a leading female physicist says.
The foreign secretary says the proposed legislation would make changes to the Protocol to resolve the "grave situation".
The Prospect union says members accused of sexual offences should not be allowed on the Parliamentary estate.
A North Wales Police detective says she has to borrow money from her mother at the end of the month.
The unemployment rate falls to its lowest level for nearly 50 years between January and March.
The legislation allows legal immunity for those who work with a new information recovery body.
The Home Office says it will ensure they are not put at a disadvantage to their paid colleagues.
The contests have been triggered following the resignation of two sitting Conservative MPs.
Lord Hague says the government is "shallow" and "politically weak" for delaying plans to curb obesity.
Rachel Maclean's much-criticised comments about workers doing more hours were "taken out of context".
Peers criticise Michael Gove for proposing the temporary relocation of the Lords outside London.
Sir Mike, 64, said it was now time for "a new candidate to come forward".
Sir John Major warns about rising prices, as a minister is criticised for advocating people working more hours.
A new strategy cutting funding to the UN is more focused on trade than poverty relief, charities say.
It is shameful not to raise extra money from oil and gas firms amid the rising cost of living, Ed Miliband says.
Ofgem says a review every three months would allow households to benefit sooner from falling prices.
The levelling up secretary wants peers based outside the south of England while Parliament is renovated.
The selection of Simon Lightwood comes after local members criticised the way candidates were chosen.
Not raising the fees for the first time in 12 years puts money back in people's pockets, ministers say.
The Metropolitan Police's Helen Ball says the Partygate investigation, with a full-time team of 12 detectives supported by others, cost £460,000.
The culture secretary says the person leading the review into BBC funding will have "full rein" to come up with their own conclusions.
Nadine Dorries says which media outlets she appears on is her own choice.
George Eustice said the PM has "apologised for everything that happened in No 10" and admitted "failings" over the Partygate events.
The Labour leader says the prime minister is responsible for the culture that led to 126 fines over lockdown parties in Downing Street.
Our correspondents reveal what they know about the long-awaited report on Covid law-breaking at No 10.
There are ways the chancellor could tackle the strain on people's pockets - but what do they cost?
The Metropolitan Police have finished investigating, but the political fallout isn't over yet.
MPs are set to investigate whether the prime minister misled Parliament.
The BBC's Peter Henley recalls the first time the TV chef tangled with the PM over junk food.
The government "got Brexit done" by agreeing the Northern Ireland Protocol, but the row around it isn't over.
Can the UK, the EU and parties in Northern Ireland find a solution to the Northern Ireland Protocol?
Ministers have been talking about Northern Ireland taxation, trade and solar panels.
As tensions build over Northern Ireland, concerns of an EU-UK trade war have surfaced.
Boris Johnson grapples with a four-dimensional diplomacy dilemma in Northern Ireland.
Boris Johnson says the Northern Ireland Brexit deal he negotiated is "turning into a political problem".
Even a visit to a Los Angeles cannabis dispensary didn't leave London's mayor in the weeds.
The Met Police could yet shape Boris Johnson's future as more fines for Covid breaches are issued.
The part of the Brexit deal relating to Northern Ireland is a major talking point following the election.
Two candidates explain how their fate in the local elections was decided by the toss of a coin.
Michael Gove failed to commit to the government's new-homes target, so what's happening to it?
Ministers wrestle with financial consequences of the pandemic, but face calls for more help now.
The Labour leader's political fate is now in the hands of the Durham police.
Sinn Féin's election success means a nationalist party is the largest at Stormont for the first time.
The party says it will not allow a new government to form unless changes are made to the Brexit deal.
The party's road to election success is remarkable - but how well can they and the DUP work together?
The Northern Ireland Protocol is at the centre of a dispute between the UK and the EU.
Boris Johnson's critics and supporters await more twists and turns in the story about lockdown parties.
Claims about Angela Rayner have been dismissed as sexist, but is it a sign of a wider problem in Westminster?